In these sentences, we use ‘will be’ as a helping verb with the main verb. We should use the present participle of a verb which is the -ing form of a verb.
Formation of a sentence using ‘will be’
The construction of this sentence is as follows;
The sentence will be in the form-
- Subject (You/He/She/It/They/any other singular or plural noun) + will be + -ing form of the main verb+ other words.
Examples of ‘shall be’ in a sentence
Let’s see how to use ‘shall be’ in the sentences with some examples.
Here are some examples. The formation is as above.
Have a look-
- You will be sleeping during day time.
- He will be reading his favourite novel.
- She will be teaching Mathematics on Monday.
- It will be eating nuts under a tree.
- They will be working with dedication.
- Saurabh will be serving the poor.
- Arya will be singing a song for her classmates.
- She will be waiting for you.
- They will be watching a TV serial at that time.
- Students will be standing on the ground.
- Teachers will be meeting the parents next week.
- He will be listening to music.
- You will be washing your clothes.
- She will be buying a new dress for her sister.
- Workers will be receiving their remuneration for their work.
- He will be going to school in the morning.
- They will be enjoying a cricket match.
- Your parents will be expecting good marks from you.
- She will be helping me in this situation.
- The teachers will be taking their exams.
- Children will be making noise.
- She herself will be preparing for the test.
- Her mother will be cooking some food for us.
- The kids will be having meals.
- Her friends will be dancing on stage.
- She will be writing a one-act play for the competition.
- He will be using his own computer.
- You will be planning your professional education.
- Sameer will be playing football on the playground.
- She will be working as a government hospital medical officer.
- Use of shall be in future continuous action
- negative sentences
- use of will be in continuous action
- use of will be in questions
- affirmative answers